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I'm pretty comfortable shooting, but would like to take a course to polish my skills, get feedback, and learn. I think a 1/2 or full day course would suffice for now. I know this has been asked in the past, but what would you recommend? I'm in Cache Valley and something up here would be optimal.
 

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As quoted from another thread:

"I just took an advanced pistol course from these guys:

http://www.strategictacticalgroup.com/

Chris is a great instructor and they have real contractor experience in real situations. They were hired by the city of New Orleans after Katrina to come down and provide security.

They also offer a sniper/long-range shooting course. Seem to recall that it was between $300-400 bucks.
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I haven't taken any classes from them so I don't know if they are any good or not. But, it is another option you could look into.
http://www.fbmginc.com/index.php?page=s ... t&Itemid=1

Another thing you could look is get some friends to take a class or two with you, then meet periodically and practice/retrain on what you've learned. You could also talk with some of the other people in the class and see if they would like to do this and then plan something with them.
 

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Hunter said:
I haven't taken any classes from them so I don't know if they are any good or not. But, it is another option you could look into.
http://www.fbmginc.com/index.php?page=s ... t&Itemid=1
I took my CFP class from Larry Correia from FBMG and he was excellent. A great trainer that was knowledgeable and entertaining. I'm looking at signing up for the Basic Handgun course. It's a bit more basic than I think I want, but their 3 day course seems a bit overkill.
 

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apollosmith said:
Hunter said:
I haven't taken any classes from them so I don't know if they are any good or not. But, it is another option you could look into.
http://www.fbmginc.com/index.php?page=s ... t&Itemid=1
I took my CFP class from Larry Correia from FBMG and he was excellent. A great trainer that was knowledgeable and entertaining. I'm looking at signing up for the Basic Handgun course. It's a bit more basic than I think I want, but their 3 day course seems a bit overkill.
Thanks for posting a review about them. I will seriously consider taking the three day classes. I'm all for overkill when it comes to firearms training.
 
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